Chambersburg 11, Cedar Cliff 6: The Trojans played their final game of the season Wednesday afternoon on the road and picked up a win over the Colts in a Mid Penn Commonwealth game.
Junior Dom Marangoni led the way for Chambersburg, which finished 2-14 (2-4 MPC), with three goals, five assists and nine groundballs. He finished the year with 19 goals and 35 assists.
Grant Layman contributed six groundballs and two goals, while Riley Shaeffer scored three goals. Also, Sam Kunkleman had a goal and two assists, Brady Kunkleman had a goal and an assist and Adam Wenger scored once.
Senior Brady Kunkleman led the team in goals this season with 24, and he added eight assists. Sam Kunkleman set a freshman team scoring record with 16 goals and 15 assists, breaking the old mark of 30, set in 2007 by Grant Stouffer, by one point.
Schaeffer, a junior, scored 13 goals; Riley Harmon, a freshman, had seven; and Wenger, a sophomore, had six.
“Grant Layman, Dom Marangoni and Liam Tucker played well today,” Chambersburg coach Joey Wilmot said.
Chambersburg 3, Dallastown 2: The Trojans played in their first five-game match of the season on Wednesday night at CASHS Field House and pulled out a victory over the Wildcats, which should help their District 3 power ranking.
Chambersburg, which finishes the regular season with a 12-6 record, was No. 10 before the win, and Dallastown (11-6) was No. 9.
“I am super proud of each and every one of the guys on the team for their mental toughness and physical play tonight,” Trojan coach Marta Helfrick said. “We were aggressive on offense and limited our unforced errors, which put a lot of pressure on Dallastown.”
The Wildcats won the first game 27-25 and the third 25-19. Chambersburg took the second game 25-20 and the fourth 25-22. In the deciding game, the Trojans earned a 15-9 win.
Kyle Ganoe and Riley Laite were both very active at the net. Ganoe racked up 23 kills and had four blocks, while Laite had 19 kills, three block kills and a block. Luke Pogue also picked up eight kills, five block kills and four blocks and Andrew Holtry connected on seven of nine attempts.
Cole Myers piled up 57 assists. Four players had double-digit digs: Laite (15), Ganoe (11), Myers (10) and Jackson Stahl (10). Laite (19), Stahl (17), Wyatt McMullen (15), Ganoe (13) and Myers (12) led in service points and Laite and Stahl had two aces each.
Helfrick said, “The guys played with lots of heart tonight and it showed that they are ready to prep for the playoffs.”
Cedar Cliff 12, Chambersburg 6: The Trojans wrapped up their season with a Mid Penn Commonwealth loss to the Colts at Trojan Stadium on Wednesday night.
“I am so incredibly proud of how the girls have learned and grown this season,” Chambersburg coach Keara Allshouse said. “I can’t wait to see what next year brings.”
Ridglee Flohr and Emma Grimm each scored two goals for the Trojans, who finished with a 1-15 record, and 1-5 in the division. Ashlyn Barton and Gabriella Sabatino each struck for one goal.
Unofficially, Grimm, a senior, led the team in scoring this year with 19 goals and Flohr, a sophomore, tallied 13. Barton (sr.) added nine, Hannah Woolf (so.) had seven goals and two assists and Sabatino (fr.) scored six times.